My wife step-great uncle was a member of the Durham Light Infantry (DLI) during WW2. Edward (‘Lofty’) Fowle was captured in the summer of 1940, after the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) was forced to retreat. Private Edward FOWLE DoB: 6th January 1919 Service #: 4692313 Durham Light Infantry, 10th Bn. Stalag XXa BAB German POW # 11560. Died: 11th April 1943 (aged 24) CWGC: Krakow Rakowicki Cemetery, grave ref: 4.A.13 Edward unfortunately died from meningitis while in Poland (Stalag XXa BAB). Initially he was buried locally at Cosel, Upper Silesia (according to a note on the back of the small photograph). Can anyone identify anyone in the group shot? (Edward 'Lofty' is the tall lad in the back row) The original photographs have been donated to the Durham County Record Office.